Hole #1 | Par 4
Demanding opening hole forcing a tee shot in the right center of the fairway for the best angle into the green. Once you are on the green anything past the hole will result in a three putt as the green slopes severely from back to front.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 7|
HOLE #2 | Par 4
Difficult driving hole as fairway slopes toward three large bunkers on the left side of fairway. Balls hit on the right hill will kick towards the fairway Three tiered green that places a premium on correct club selection.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 9|
HOLE #3 | Par 3
First of 4 difficult par threes, plays slightly shorter than it appears. Play to the left side as it is much easier to get up and down with green running quickly from the right. Par is an excellent score for all levels of players.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 15|
HOLE #4 | Par 5
Longest hole on the golf course places premium on second shot, which must avoid hazard on left and severe drop-off on the right. Approach plays much longer than yardage, be aware of hole location on approach.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 3|
HOLE #5 | Par 4
Sharp dogleg to the right around hazard requiring tee ball of 175 yards to be played at the 150 marker. Plenty of room left on tee shot as tee placement sets you up for birdie opportunity.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 13|
HOLE #6 | Par 3
Signature par three with green fronted by water hazard. Take plenty of club as the deep green gives longer shots a chance at par.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 17|
HOLE #7 | Par 4
Dogleg left allows chance for birdie with tee ball placed right center of fairway to avoid trees on left side. Green will funnel balls towards pin located on the right side.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 5|
HOLE #8 | Par 4
Demanding par four requires long drive up the hill to see the green on approach. This green is the most difficult on the course with anything right or long of the pin a difficult two putt.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 11|
HOLE #9 | Par 5
Par five finisher on the front with blind second shot. Play second at right side of clubhouse to allow easier approach into green well guarded with bunkers. Avoid two fairway bunkers at 150 marker to have chance for good score on the hole.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 11|
HOLE #10 | Par 4
Slight dogleg left requires tee shot avoiding two large fairway bunkers. Approaching the green from the left center of fairway allows for shot to be run up between the bunkers.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 14|
HOLE #11 | Par 5
Par five guarded down the entire left side by Dunwoody's largest lake. Green guarded by water on left requiring approach to favor the right side. Play safely down the right side on all three shots to make a good score.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 4|
HOLE #12 | Par 3
Benign looking par three that plays much harder than it appears. Double check yardage as correct club needed to make three. Hole has been described as easiest par four at Dunwoody.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 16|
HOLE #13 | Par 4
Shortest par four on the back playing severely uphill on the approach to well bunkered green, playing 1-2 clubs longer than yardage with no good places to miss. Don't let yardage fool you into relaxing on a hole where big numbers are common.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 10|
HOLE #14 | Par 4
Uphill par four with slight dogleg to the right. Tee ball should be aimed at left bunkers with longer hitters able to cut the corner. Approach must not be hit long with severe slope over green.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 6|
HOLE #15 | Par 4
Scenic approach highlights this par four with green wrapping around lake guarding right side. Downhill approach plays slightly shorter than yardage.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 12|
HOLE #16 | Par 4
Start of homestretch with par four around hazard on the left. Tee ball played right off fairway will kick left allowing unobstructed view on approach. Second toughest green on the course requiring correct club and yardage, ball must be below for best chance of a two putt.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 2|
HOLE #17 | Par 3
Par three with large green, pulling the right club gives you the opportunity for birdie. Front left pin requires carry over steep faced bunker for birdie chance.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 18|
HOLE #18 | Par 5
Coming home, this long par five requires three accurate shots to make birdie or par. Six fairway bunkers must be avoided the set approach shot. Green slightly uphill with many balls ending up short of intended target.
|Men's Handicap: 18 | Ladies' Handicap: 8|